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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Sunday March Public records FELONIES County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Donald 314 sexual Rafael 2655 San criminal attempt of burglary of a Daniel 1985 San burglary of a motor vehicle two Municipal Court David presiding judge JoAnn Reininger 126 robbery by Harold 550 burglary of a motor vehicle two on each Jesus 919 aggravated assault with a motor Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 presiding Jesse Garibay 1412 San capital no Justice of the Peace Precincts Fred presiding Rodolfo Baiza 3606 San capital no Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Harold presiding judge David Charles Star Route Box Canyon sexual assault of a Steve Grant Star Route Box Spring theft over and under Walter Pineda 123 James Beaver securing execution of a document by Federico 566 Market injury to a BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Ramon and Maria Perez Route Box Canyon 5 12 March and David 1695 14 March Yvonne and Johnny 2136 Interstate 35 8 2 March Mark and Cynthia Box 4 14 March Lorenzo and Matilde 305 7 5 March Ben and Darlene 200 Primrose 8 5 March Isabel and Dora 2205 7 11 March Reyes and Dolores Route Box New 6 10 March Dennis and Louise 116 10 1 March Outoftown Born to Bob and Cindy Pullin of New a 9 6 March Grandparents are Doodle and Kathy Martin of and Ed and Wanda Pullin of New Born to Bill and Zina a 6 12 Paternal grandparent is Frances Schroeder of and maternal grandparents are Robert and Tressie Russell of New Braun Born to and Glynn Bartlett of Newport News a 7 11 girl on March Paternal grandfather is Charlie Bartlett of and maternal grandparents are and Wilbur Gray of New DIVORCES County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Marilee Kay Ritter and Lewis Otis MARRIAGES County Clerks Office William Leslie Locke and Brenda Joyce Elwin Glen Ferry andf Andrea Venene Gregorio Ayala Ozuna and Lydia Castillo James Edward Callison and Carolyn Ann Billy Golobe and Georgeanne Christine Daryl Joe Moore and Janice Weichert Gary Lee Clark and Joyce Knox Arthur Russell McFarland and Elzina Rasco Jeffrey Warren Frazier and Dianna Louis Charles Sarno and Lilia Maria Luisa CONVICTIONS 207th District Court visiting judge David Isador 10314 Lynbrook sentenced to 75 years to the Texas Department of and a County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Viola 349 barking dog two a fine for each Charles 795 Interstate 35 West While License Suspended sen tenced to three days in and a Gregory Joe 6706 New Driving While In toxicated 90 days in jail with credit for time and drivers license William Jones Box San three days in jail with and a Steven 968 three days in jail with drivers license and a Scott Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for two and a Jesus 70 San 60 days in probated for two and a Tommy Greg 1309 60 days in probated for two and a Penni Lenei 4202 San three days in jail with drivers license suspended for one and a Arthur Robert Box San three days in jail with drivers license suspended for one and a Antonio Arana 4801 Gus Eckert San three days in jail with and a Juanita Gomez 1517 three days in jail with and a Robert Manuel 2814 Short San 60 days in probated for two and a Julian Route Box San drivers license and 60 days in jail with James Ray Archie 231 San forgery 30 days in jail with Harry Albert Sheet 11704 Highway 81 South San An three days in jail with and a John Lee 629 resisting a John Charles Braunfels Haus criminal 30 days in Jessie Lee 661 Live drivers license suspended for one three days in jail with and a Cecil Thomas Overton Route Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Tommy Fifth Carl Schurz Texas A lateseason cold front continued its march across Texas Saturday after dropping light snow over the spawning tornadoes near Abilene and triggering heavy thunderstorms over wide sections of the Light snow continued to dust the Panhandle while light rain fell over southern portions of West A few thunderstorms developed during the early afternoon hours over East A tornado watch was posted Saturday afternoon for 20 counties in far East Texas as forecasters warned of heavy storms that could trigger Temperatures were hovering in the 40s and 60s over most of Texas during the afternoon Readings in the 30s were noted in the while mostly fair skies with temperatures in the 60s and Three tornadoes were confirmed Friday east of Abilene in Callahan A funnel that touched down about in the Oplin 25 miles southeast of damaged eight to 10 The winds were just a roaring and those clouds were said Herbert a mobile home I saw that thing a coming and I run to get my She wanted to get her purse she got it and we ran to the Mason said the twister passed alongside his mobile home but did not damage his But the tornado blew an air con ditioning unit off the Oplin Baptist he An aluminum storage shed behind the church was torn from its foundation and tossed about 150 feet to the front and side of the church amid torrential We were very Mason said Also damaged were a Callahan County precinct barn and a metal shed in officials The barn lost its south wall and two tin sliding doors were blown in against a fire truck and a farm A Knox County Sheriffs Department spokeswoman said winds of almost 100 mph uprooted trees and scattered There was minor damage to several small said Randy sheriffs but they were just storage And there were no The Nation Spring snow borne by a storm cascading from the Rockies moved into the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles and toward the middle of the nation while melting snow and torrents of rain flooded streets in Michigan and washed out West Virginia Last people were running around in theyve pulled out their parkas complained Kevin McLain at the Oklahoma Highway Patrols area headquarters in Guymon in the Oklahoma where the temperature hit freezing early Saturday and continued The storm system glazed roads there by midmorning with 2 inches of snow half of the amount forecast for the day for northern Texas and northern When the winterlike front collided with unstable air Friday it set off a fury of thunderstorms that scrambled farm outbuildings in Oklahoma and in where three tornadoes were Officials said there were no injuries from the 100mph but police Saturday blamed a traffic death near Tulsa on a cat hydroplaning on a rainy A threemile stretch of Oklahoma 31 near Coalgate was under about 3 feet of water state police There was street flooding in and a flash flood watch was in effect for eastern A winter storm warning was posted for southwest and central where the weather service said 4 to 8 inches of snow could fall by Travelers advisories were in effect for south central Iowa and northwest with 3 to 6 inches of snow And parts of Wisconsin and Minnesota were under winter storm watches for heavy Blowing snow cut visibility to near zero in southwest state police adding that roads were snowpacked and icy in southwest and northwest parts of the Up to 4 inches of snow had accumulated in western as rain turned to snow in the Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 961 Main New Texas 78130 Member MCorp MUKlGf and FDIC Box New three days in jail with drivers license and a Billy Star Route Box New 60 days in probated for two and a Willie James 918 San three days in jail with and a Bernard William 395 San 60 days in probated for two and a Raymond Wesley Route Box New thre days in jail with driver1 license suspended for one and Jodi Mark 1621 Post Road 60 days in probated for tw and a Canyon High Calender April 1 One Act Play at 7 the Commons Seguin Tennis April 234 Iowa Achievement Tests administered to 10th grade April 2 Varsity baseball with Tivy here at April 3 Meet the Cndidates Night at CHS in the Commons at April 4 Varsity baseball with Smithson Valley here at April 45 JV and Varsity girls triangular meet at New Braunfels at April 56 New Braunfels Tennis April 6 Biology II Field trip to Enchanted April 9 Varsity baseball with New Braunfels there at 7 Spring choir concert at Paul Lutheran at April 1011 Band Concert Sightreading April 12 Varsity baseball with Hays here at April 121 Pflugerville Relays JV and Varsity April 13 FHA trip to April 13 Area VII FFA Judging contest at Austin Travis Relays JV and Varsity boys Student Council Teen Day at Alamo April 121 State FHA HERO meeting in April 13 Golf Tournament at April 1516 District Golf at April 15 District FFA meeting at Navarro at April 16 Varsity baseball with Lockhart at April 18 District Track April 19 Varsity baseball with April 1920 Canyon and New Braunfels boys and girls in district April 1819 UIL concert sightreadimj contest for choir at April 20 ACT test date at designated test centers Student council dance in the gym Boys and girls district track ai New Braunfels Area Ag Mechanics contest at SWTSU State FFA Land and Range contest at April 22 Student council and parents pot luck dinner at CHS commons at April 23 Varsity baseball with Tivy there at April 26 Varsity baseball with New Braunfels here at April 27 Canyon Freshman tourney FFA State Judging at AM April 2627 Texas Herpetological Convention in Frio county Hill Country Industrial Arts Student Day at April 262728 TASIC State Student Council Convention in April 2627 Band to Six Flags April 2930 Tennis Regional April 30 Varsity baseball with Hays there at ROTC wins awards at Baytown New Braunfels High Schools Marine Corps Junior led by cadet captain Michelle took several honors at the Baytown Meet in a senior who also is NBHSs company was selected best armed team com mander as well as overall best team commander Under her NBHSs girls unit earned first place in color guard over 52 other competitors third place in physical fitness third place in the obstacle course third CISD transfers due April 8 Students who wish to transfer to Comal ISO for the 198586 school years have a deadline to They must come by the Central Administration Office at 1421 Highway 81 East before April to make out an application for place in the standard drill and secon place in drill inspection over 57 other NBHSs boys color guard also earned a second place honorable mention in color Owen Henfro sponsors the Junior IFTSSCEATTS SUPPLIESGIFTS 1STIQDK NEW BRAUNFELS 480 COMAL Kitchen gadetry flower arrangements Treasured antiques Were ready for EASTER are you frames oak art aster gifts Quilts ami stained glass and craft kits handmade gifts THE POTBELLY 6293322 CROW COMPANY 793 San Antonio WHITES AUTO The Appliance Store FAMILY SIZE NOFROST ENERGY SAVING REFRIGERATOR G256274 ENERGY EFFICIENT Optional automatic ice maker tat extra cost Textured steel doors 3 fullAidth glideout retngerator shelves 2 deep door shelves heal control with delrosl Chef I 6pack door shelves Chef NOW Only YOUR CHOICE GAS OR ELECTRIC Lets you defrost before you i NOW only 4CYCLE i UNDERCOUNTER DISHWASHER Sutl tCHJtl Vf liftoff cooktop Exclusive cooktop Continuous porcelainizerj sleel grates Supersensitive heat guard Low heat oven control 6 additional standard 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